The fruit is a 2-winged, bilocular bisymmetrical schizocarp formed from a superior ovary.
The fruit is a 3-winged schizocarp derived from a 3-carpellate superior ovary, separating septicidally into three 2-winged cocci.
Fruits usually a capsule or follicle, occasionally a berry, drupe or rarely a schizocarp.
Fruit a (septicidal or loculicidal) capsule, berry, drupe or dry and indehiscent or a schizocarp, sometimes dicoccous (Galium), rarely a nutlet (Theligonum).
In years that maples are seeding synchronously in massive numbers, like 2012 and 2013, they use much of their nutrients to make samaroid schizocarps
(maple seed-noses, to us laymen).
Fruits 3-sectioned schizocarps
, oblong-globose, 6-8 mm long, olive-green, tawny-tomentose.